Win a $995 Registration to Science at Sea 2011

Science at Sea Registration Contest

We are packing our bags and setting sail for Alaska and Science at Sea this July. And we want you to join us for FREE.

Enter the Coolest Field Trip Ever Contest to win registration to Science at Sea 2011. This covers the cost of all our customized shore excursions in each port, ground transportation, six onboard seminars with our naturalists, Steve Spangler’s pre-cruise kick-off workshop in Seattle on July 16 and a few surprises that are part of the Spangler experience. You will be responsible for booking your own cabin on Holland America and airfare.

The deadline to post your video on our Facebook page is February 16, 2011. The winner will be announced on our Facebook page on February 25, 2011.

It’s Easy to Enter…

  1. Open your calendar and clear the dates of July 16-24, 2011.
  2. Buy a few sweaters.
  3. Make a 1-2 minute video telling us why you should win a free registration to Science at Sea 2011.
  4. Upload the video to your YouTube account and post the link on our Facebook Fan Page –
  5. “Like” us on our Facebook at to receive contest updates.

About the Video

Here’s your chance to be as creative as possible and tell us why you should win a free registration to Science at Sea. Be creative – star in your own music video, produce a news story, perform a skit with your students, but find a way to grab the judges’ attention and make them remember your entry. Your video must be between 1-2 minutes in length. Upload your video to YouTube and post a link to your video on our Facebook page at

Read complete contest rules >

About Science at Sea

Steve Spangler and his instructional team have assembled an award-winning group of naturalists and teachers who will lead you through an unforgettable learning experience July 16-24, 2011. The Science at Sea Alaskan cruise sets sail from Seattle, Washington, and stops in Sitka, Juneau, Ketchikan, and the Inside Passage in Alaska before wrapping up back in Seattle.  Learn more about Science at Sea.

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